It's a browser thing (too).  On Windows, Chrome, IE, and Firefox (at
least, didn't try Safari and Opera) all support it for zooming.


(I believe the feature is called "full-page zoom.")  Firing native
browser events is a bit tricky cross-platform.  Prototype doesn't
currently offer that feature.  If you do a search on it, you'll find a
number of pages about doing it natively; for instance, this[1] is one
of the first few hits.

[1] http://jehiah.cz/archive/firing-javascript-events-properly

T.J. Crowder
tj / crowder software / com

On Oct 1, 10:03 am, Chris Sansom <ch...@highway57.co.uk> wrote:
> At 19:47 -0700 30/9/09, tcupolo wrote:
> >Turning the scroll wheel on the mouse while holding down the control
> >key on the keyboard will "enlarge/shrink" the entire document image
> >displayed in the window with focus.
> Surely this is more of a system-wide thing, at least on the Mac. If I
> do this, the entire /screen/ zooms in and out, regardless of what
> software is currently active.
> --
> Cheers... Chris
> Highway 57 Web Development --http://highway57.co.uk/
> Old professors never die; they just lose their faculties.
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